Translation of terrestrial in Spanish:


terrestre, adj.

Pronunciation /təˈrɛstriəl//təˈrɛstrɪəl/


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      (life/telescope) terrestre
      terrestrial television televisión terrestre / terrenal feminine
      • Canopy photosynthesis models are useful to analyse the size structure of populations in plant communities and to predict the structure and function of future terrestrial ecosystems.
      • Transient flooding with fresh water is a world-wide phenomenon in river floodplains and wetlands as well as other terrestrial ecosystems.
      • We have also focused on the potential health effects of dust on terrestrial ecosystems in the Caribbean and southeastern United States.
      • Fresh water habitats should not be viewed as simple appendages of protected terrestrial ecosystems as it is currently the case.
      • Predicting the impact of environmental change on terrestrial ecosystems is severely limited by a lack of understanding of basic soil processes.
      • In most terrestrial ecosystems, there are two main sources of heavy metals: the underlying parent material and the atmosphere.
      • The plants, invertebrates, and tetrapods can be thought of as three separate subsystems of the larger terrestrial ecosystem.
      • It is now widely recognized that the events at the Permian-Triassic boundary gave rise to major terrestrial ecosystem collapse.
      • Concerns about global climate change and predicted changes in terrestrial ecosystems highlight the need for the accurate quantification of productivity at all scales.
      • Body size distributions have been linked to physical habitat structure in terrestrial ecosystems.
      • Clearly we still have a ways to go before oceans and marine wildlife receive the same level of attention afforded to terrestrial ecosystems.
      • In the past, ecosystem ecologists have focused considerably more attention on the cyling of nitrogen in terrestrial ecosystems than phosphorus.
      • The terrestrial biosphere is, indeed, a vast natural carbon store, but its capacity to take up substantially increased quantities of CO2 is severely limited.
      • Wilson charged around fifty dollars for a pair of globes: a terrestrial and a celestial one.
      • Interactions between these climate stress factors may exacerbate the rate and direction of individual climate stress factors and their effects on terrestrial ecosystems.
      • According to Parish, peatlands around the world store 25 to 30 percent of all the carbon in terrestrial ecosystems and regulate the flow of water.
      • Boreal forests and arctic tundra are among the coldest and least productive terrestrial environments on earth.
      • Fourier submitted his 1807 memoir together with additional work on the cooling of infinite solids and terrestrial and radiant heat.
      • The canopy of sky implies its counterpart, the terrestrial sphere.
      • Peatland streams potentially represent important conduits for the exchange of gaseous carbon between the terrestrial ecosystem and the atmosphere.

    • 1.2formal (worldly, mundane)

      (aims/problems) terrenal
      (aims/problems) terreno
      • A medieval painting of angel musicians does not prove that their rebecs, harps, and lutes were used in church music but may hint at the musical activities of their terrestrial counterparts.

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    • As terrestrial creatures, we tend to think of life on our planet as being essentially life on land.
    • The emergence of terrestrial vertebrates from fish in the Late Devonian was one of the most significant events in the history of life.
    • But somewhat surprisingly, this terrestrial arachnid doesn't mind swimming, either.
    • Warm-blooded animals are the only terrestrial creatures that live in large herds or flocks or that migrate long distances.
    • Aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates are the most common food of the Solitary Sandpiper.
    • They probably subsisted on insects and other small terrestrial invertebrates and perhaps even on small vertebrates.
    • Daniels is the owner of seven tortoises, as terrestrial turtles are commonly known.
    • Eastern Box Turtles are omnivorous terrestrial reptiles found throughout much of the Eastern United States.
    • Such antipredator behavior is extremely common, occurring in taxa ranging from aquatic invertebrates to terrestrial mammals.
    • Large terrestrial scorpions would be among the top predators.
    • Mesites, small terrestrial birds with poor powers of flight, are especially noteworthy because they are one of the very oldest branches of the gruiform tree.
    • However, insects remained very rare and marginal members of the terrestrial fauna through the Mississippian.
    • Male fowl are often vigilant, and they use two types of alarm call to signal aerial and terrestrial predators.
    • The carcharodontosaurs were among the largest terrestrial predators that ever lived, some reaching as much as forty feet long and weighing four tons.
    • The astragalus of diadectids is identical to those of late Paleozoic terrestrial amniotes in structure and relationship to neighboring elements.
    • Northern Waterthrushes eat large aquatic and terrestrial insects, small crustaceans, and other invertebrates.
    • Because turbinates reduce respiratory water and heat loss, they are tightly linked to high rates of lung ventilation in these terrestrial endotherms.
    • Aerial plankton traps deployed on ships and airplanes have documented a diversity of small to minute terrestrial insects and arachnids in the air stream over the open Pacific.
    • However, the man-woman pair bond and man child pair bond are not paralleled by any terrestrial primate nor many mammals.
    • During the Norian age the fortunes of the many types of Carnian terrestrial herbivores seem to have declined.


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    terrestre feminine
    terrícola feminine